Who’s uncommitted heading into National Signing Day

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One the eve of National Letter of Intent Signing Day, we thought we’d take a look at the top uncommitted players.  Many of the top undecided players are from the defensive side of the ball.

At the top of the list is Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) defensive tackle Rashan Gary, who will make his announcement on national television on ESPN2 at 1 o’clock Eastern.  Gary, who is the unanimous #1 prospect in the nation, has reportedly narrowed his choice to Clemson and Michigan.

Derrick Brown, a defensive tackle from Lanier High School in Georgia, will also make his announcement on television tomorrow.  Brown has named five finalists — Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Mississippi State and Tennessee.

In Alabama, everyone is waiting to hear if Ben Davis of Gordo will stay in-state and follow in his father’s footsteps at the University of Alabama.  Davis is the nation’s #1 inside linebacker.  He father Wayne is Alabama’s career leader in tackles.

Another top linebacker prospect from Alabama, Lyndell Wilson of Carver in Montgomery, will also announce his choice Wednesday.  Wilson says Alabama, Florida and Georgia are tops on his list.

Other undecided players and their top choices:

Mecole Hardman Jr. – Elbert County HS (Georgia) Athlete – Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio State and Tennessee

Mique Juarez – North Torrance HS (California) OLB – Alabama, Ole Miss, UCLA

Demetris Robertson – Savannah Christian HS (Georgia) WR – Alabama, Notre Dame

Jeffrey Simmons – Noxubee County HS (Mississippi) DE – Alabama, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee




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